The Cocke Family of Virginia

The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
Vol. 4, No. 4 (Apr., 1897), pp. 431-450
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    " Colonel Nicholas is at Mr. James Cock's, at Malburn Hills with between 3 and 400 men." Calendar Virginia State Papers, I, 426.
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    • de Castres, 1637
    • Daniel Cadours, marchand." III, 833
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    William Randolph, of "Turkey Island,"
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    Mr. Rives, in his "Life of Madison,"
  • This reference contains 3 citations:
    • William S. Archer, was U. S. Senator from Vir- ginia, 1841-47
    • Richmond Enquirer
    • Howe's Historical Collections, page 173-4
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • M. C. from Vir- ginia 1798-1801
    • Oliver Segar, 1658
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • John Taylor was in Legislature 1784, 1785
    • Hening (1758)
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    Nicholas Bass was a member of the second "Grand Assembly," held in the Colony (1724)
  • Heningii, 511
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    EnquirerMarch 12, 1805
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    Peter Randolph, of "Chatsworth."
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Revolutionary Committee for Henrico (1774)
    • Joseph Lewis, Jr., represented the Goochland district in the United States Congress from 1803 to 1817
    • William J. Lewis was in Congress the session of 1817-19
  • This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Samuel Meredith (c. 1740)
    • Prince George in 1714
    • Hanover Committee of Safety 1775
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Burgess from King George in 1736
    • 1752
    • King George in 1723
  • Colonel Francis Smith, of Essex, in 1748
  • Richmond Enquirer, December 22, 1812